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in the benghazi attacks. mohamed jamaal abu ahmed was arrested by egyptian authorities a couple of weeks ago. and remains in custody while the investigation goes on. u.s. authorities believe he may have been involved in the september 11th terror hit that killed ambassador chris stevens and three other americans according to a u.s. official. the fbi which is conducting the investigation has not been able to talk to him yet. the official would not comment on what led them to him. abu ahmed is known as a radical jihadist, 45 years old, master degrees in sharia law. he's also believed to be the driving force behind a new terror group seeking to align itself with al qaeda according to our sources. and egyptian official says abu ahmed denied any connection to the attack on the u.s. consulate, or being affiliated with al qaeda. he's also believed to be connected to a heavily armed terror suspect that was rated in october in egypt. and five people were arrested. sources say they're looking at several people in the attack. the fbi has been covering a lot of territory, but they're still facing roadblo
by egyptian authorities in chaotic cairo. jamal abull ahmed terrorists arrested in connection with with the murders. what does our own colonel oliver north think about arrests versus assaults? fox news military analyst author of this fine new novel heros proved joins from philly where his navy just snatched victory over army. colonel, congratulations, so are you satisfied with what looks like a law and order approach to getting the people who killed our people in benghazi the arrest at the airport in turkey, now you have got this fellow ahmad being arrested in cairo. what about it? >> first, congratulations to the navy team. i have got underneath my i had to bring my navy sweater. >> what do you wear camo pajamas? >> cam fallujah. the capture of jamel amad good signs. mid 40s, he has been a member of the egyptian jihad. he had been jailed by mubarak. he had been eliseed -- released in march. muslim brotherhood. it's a good sign he has been arrested. i think it's great that we prosecute the persecutors. the real problem in this is giving credit to morsi and his regime, which is
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callinged a possible suspect in the benghazi attack. mohammed abu ahmed was arrested a couple of weeks ago and remains in custody while the investigation goes on. u.s. authorities believe he may have been involved in the september 11th terrorist hit that killed chris stevens and three other americans according to a u.s. official. the fbi which is conducting the investigation hasn't had access to abu ahmed. he's known as a radical jihadist, 45 years old, master's degree in shari'a lie. he's known to be working with another group. officials say he has denied any connection to the attack on the u.s. consulate or being affiliated with al qaeda. he's also believed to be connected to a heavily armed terror cell that was raided in october when five people were arrested. sources say they're looking at several people in the attack. the fbi has been covering a lot of territory, but they're still facing roadblocks we do know that the fbi had hoped to question a tunisian suspect but after finally getting him face to face, al harzi refused to speak. that's just one suspect. abu ahmed is another. we don
. ahmed wali karzai is criticizing the united states during an interview with nbc news. he blamed united states with the insecurity of his country. he does not like the fact that hundreds of afghanistans are still be held. he informed president barack obama he would not sign any new security agreements with the u.s. until those prisoners are transferred to afghanistan authorities. >>> they are looking into steep budget cuts. coming up at 5:15, the number of defense department jobs that could be lost right here in california if those automatic trigger cuts take affect. >>> he really does not know if his wife is going to run for president in 2016. he is in the bay area and it is part of the colleges celebrity speaker series. answering a question from the audience, hillary rodham clinton is in great shape and has unbelievable stamina but needs to rest up before deciding what she wants to do next. she said she does not want to continue as hillary rodham clinton for president barack obama's second term. >>> and in connection with the robberies at the toll booths, they broke the stories in feb
. unnamed sources say ahmed was detained two weeks ago in egypt. both say ahmed admitted to traveling to libya and assisting ansar al sharei a group that officials suspect organized that attack. >> speaker: from egypt, president morsi rescinded a decree he issued last month that hugely expands his powers. the decree gave the president the power to make laws not subject to judicial reviews and following last night's protests, the egyptian military started to expand the barriers around the compound. >>> in venezuela president hugo chavez announced his casper has returned and plans to return to cuba for more surgery. it was just yesterday that chavez returned to caracas after undergoing treatment in havana. . >>> and in qatar, u.s. climate talks today ended with what some delegates call a watershed agreements. delegates from 200 nations established that rich nations should move towards compensating poor nations for losses due to climate change. negotiations now move towards drafting a will you legally binding agreement to replace the kyoto protocol. the u.s. has never signed onto that ag
. the dutches nurse divulged her condition and sleeping pattern. >>> ahmed wali karzai has made harsh criticisms about the united states and that story is coming up this morning. >>> and john macphee could be released after entering you' all mall illegal -- guatemala illegally. he said he left belize to escape police persecution. >>> a man pushing another man to his death has been arraigned. he was taken to custody on tuesday. they caught the confrontation on tape monday. davis reportedly told the police, the victim would not leave me alone so i pushed him. >>> narcotics will face a minimum of 10 years in prison when he is sentenced. he was accused of stealing and took part in phony sting operations and took part in prostitution. he apologized to his family for letting them down. >>> the gamesmanship has already started. an italian oracle accused them of spying. they planted somebody in an inflatable boat and took up close images of the yacht. the alleged transgression they say are over blown. >>> they have until noon to request tickets to the rose bowl. they are hot sellers and the school repor
-- increasingly, syrians. all at a camp run by volunteers who provide food and shelter the this is ahmed, who has just arrived from aleppo with a vague plan to find his brothner athens. >> our life is destroyed in syria. we cannot stay in syria. the war airplanes float in the sky and bombing the houses, we cannot stay in syria. >> the turkish mainland is not far behind me. it's not far away but the journey is very dangerous. the boats supplied by people smugglers are often old and in bad condition, and at this time be year the seas could be very rough. not everyone makes it across. these were afghanis. more than 20 drowned. here is the only survivor, who was fished half-dead and freezing cold out of the sea by greek coast guards. now trying to call friends and family to tell them he's alive. but there is no answer. he's receiving counseling, but he seems very confused about what to do next. meanwhile, more and more syrians are arriving in agent tens, like adil, who knows almost nobody in this city and speaks no greek. he says he ran away from the government army. >> every day, like yesterday and
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morning news. >>> developing news about afghanistan. ahmed wali karzai is criticizing the u.s. he blamed u.s. and nato forces for some of the insecurity in this country. he is angry that hundreds of after began prisoner -- afghan he is angry they have afghanistan prisoners which he said needs to be transferred to afghanistan authorities. >>> if they don't take action by the end of this month they will go over the fiscal cliff. coming up, we will have the jobs that could be lost if those automatic cuts take affect. >> former president clinton is here as part of a celebrity forum speaker series. he said hillary rodham clinton is in great shape and has unbelievable stamina but she needs rest before deciding what she does next. she will not be secretary of state for president barack obama's second term. >>> it happened at the bridge toll booth. they broke the stories and at least two toll takers have been on the loose for months now. they would announce more information today. residents in san mateo counties are being asked to cut back on water. it stirred upset men at -- up set -- sediment an
authorities have detained muhammad abu ahmed. he's a well known jihadist who was released from prison after the downfall of former president hosni mubarak's regime.diotti i york. what do we know about the arrest of the aleng ledged terrorist suspect? >> he was picked up a couple weeks ago in ejimegyegypt. joous authorities suspect he may have been involved in the consulate attack in benghazi on september 11th that killed chris stephens and three other americans with direct knowledge of the investigation. the u.s. source tells me the fbi which is conducting the investigation, has not had access to him yet. the source says following the attack, ahmed very quickly popped up on their radar, so they have been looking at him for some time. the official would not comment on what led them to him. joe. >> so what do we know about this guy? he's a radical, certainly, and he's been on the radar, but what more do we know about him? >> we know he's 45 years old, masters degree in sharia law. he's also believed to be the driving force behind a new terror group seeking to align itself with al qaeda. this
assassination was a disaster. poison and second, israel had to free this man from jail. sheikh ahmed yassin, the sick but still powerful spiritual leader of hamas. today he got a hero's welcome in gaza. also free, 22 hamas fighters. the incident has proved a disaster. the failed assassination was indeed a disaster for israel. the guy they were trying to kill did not dye die. israeli agents were captured. israel had to provide the antidote to save the life of the guy they were trying to kill, and they had to release almost two dozen palestinians from jail. there is pressure on prime minister netanyahu to resign. 15 years later netanyahu is again the prime minister. and meshaal is the again the head of hamas. he has been in exile the hole time. he has never, ever been to gaza, which is where hamas is based until today. today the hamas leader visited gaza for the very first time in his entire life. he was there to celebrate the group's 25th anniversary. there will be a huge rally tomorrow. also on the agenda, a visit to the family of one of the men released from an israeli prison 15 years ago
authorities detained mohammed jamal ahmed, suspected of being the leader of a terrorist cell that planned those attacks in egypt and is reportedly linked with the storming of the u.s. consulate in benghazi on september 11th. meanwhile, secretary of state hillary clinton is expected to testify on the libya attack after an independent review board finishes its report. >> so we have every expectation that she will testify, that she will do so in an open setting, and that perhaps the leaders of the report, the lead investigators, may be testifying before us in a closed setting. >> senator john kerry, the chirm of the senate foreign relations committee, says secretary clinton will also appear before that panel. >>> and closer to home now, president obama has asked congress for $60 billion. that's in aide to help with superstorm sandy's cleanup in all states. the request comes in the midst of a tough fiscal cliff fight and house speaker john boehner says they will review the request by the president. new york and new jersey originally asked for a combined $79 billion in aide. the states' govern
ahmed, is that a show of good faith that they're going to continue to work towards interests that the u.s. cares about even as it looks like in some ways there are those who accuse morsi of trying to move towards a dictatorship? >> countries often can be dictatorships and have good relations with foreign powers. the past president, mubarak, he was a dictator but had friendly relations with the united states. which hurt the united states. since the moment morsi took office he sent signals to the u.s. saying he's open to a dialogue. he didn't pull out of the campbell david accord and he intervened with the conflict between hamas and israel and played a useful role. he has enough internal problems. all these protests, trying to consolidate power and, by the way, the economy is on the brink of shambles. i think he's focused internally. if he could have positive relation with the united states that's to his benefit. i assume he'll continue in that direction. >> thank you dr. walsh for your time. >> within weeks, secretary of state hillary clinton will testify in two capitol hill hearings on
of liability before they get medical treatment and before they get some shots, and i believe that ahmed cal professional making a player sign a waiver before you provide that player with medical treatment is not only something that is wrong ethically, but at a time when the league professes to care about player health and safety do you think that's consistent with player health and safety? >> very interesting. demaurice smith, thank you for being here. and we now go to london and new tee days of the death of a nurse. charlie d'agata is outside king henry vii hospital in london. charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the preliminary autopsy report into the death of jacintha saldanha will be made public tomorrow. in the meantime british reports are reporting that she was found hanged in her nursing accommodations here near the hospital on friday morning. she was cut down by the people who discovered her but by the time the police and paramedics had arrived, she had been dead for some tine. she reportedly left behind a suicide note. the alarm was raised by he
ahmed reza zahedi. are you profitable? >> yes. >> reporter: next year, higher profits? >> yes, of course. >> reporter: techsharks is set to make a profit next year. a healthy profit where the average person make $4/25 a year. it's still not easy. business is done on a who you know basis. only a quart over adults are literal and only 5% have access to the internet. and those connections are not exactly reliable. that hasn't stoppi inping hamraa website. he's brought in users. his goal, 1 million users as more launch to the internet and prices drop from hundreds of dollars. >> now you can get an internet connection for $1,500 which is around $30. >> reprter: so that's much better than it was. >> yes, much better than it was. it works. it still works. >> reporter: but these afghan entrepreneurs face an even bigger challenge than connection rates. their success depending on stability after coalition forces leave in 2013. ali reza akbari is a tech shark computer guy. >> i'm a little worried about that. >> reporter: you're worried. >> i'm worried but but i hope for a bright future. >> they're
in particular on -- ahmed. he was on the stage. he strongly believed that morsi was the key to advance the revolution, especially causing morsi's opponent was mubarak's foreign prime minister. now is aity yack of more si and the muslim brotherhood, and the brotherhood accused him of, quote, leading thugs around the presidential palace. these are not the only people who feel treated by morsi and his promise to compromise. morsi sit smiling. morsi brought on habib into this office. marcos, another clip, and these were nonislamists he brought in, and they have all since abandoned hem because they feel sold out. the question is whether -- where next in the administration does not test moore sis for a couple reasons, the first of which is -- three reasons. ... that should be the lesson of the arab spring, but a stable right now partly that stable. secondly, remember that with her brother is doing now is making egypt is stable because the constitution emerges. witchel have is a critical mass of body politics that rejects it. the idea that the brotherhood might be blue undemocratic that siebe
you and ranking member bear men. john ahmed, thank you for being here. i admire your professionalism and candor with us. first of all, i would never second guess any of our personnel on the ground in libya. as a prosecutor, i never second guess other district attorneys are u.s. attorneys in the case that didn't turn out the way they wanted to. doesn't realize until you're in that position. i have the greatest respect for our military and rely on them more than politicians. but i do have a concern about wife for several days, particularly ambassador rice was out blaming this on a video. and i know that you and our briefing yesterday clearly stated the fbi is looking into that matter, so i'm not looking for anything from either of you on that issue because quite honestly, if there were a meeting to cover something up, i doubt very much if you two would have been invited. say not, i would like to talk about dollars a little bit at how much more we can become effective. these figures that i'm going to recite to you i'm not trying to be facetious. i'm not trying to grandstand here. i'm tr
street journal" reports mohammed abu ahmed has been tee tand by authorities authorities -- detained by authorities in egypt. many believe he is the new head of al qaeda. secretary of state hillary clinton agreeing to testifies about benghazi attack in open hearing. house foreign relations committee chair woman ileana ross laytonnen says that clinton will testify before the end of the year but no date has been set. well, they were busted for boozing it up over their lunch break from chrysler or while they were working at chrysler, but two years later they are getting the green light to get their jobs back. chris ler suspended two of united auto workers and fired 13 others union rolls let the case go to arbitration. easy said for many but not for me. workers were able to return to work this week. chrysler said it disagrees with the decision but it wants to move forward. a suspect in texas not letting a little thing like handcuffs. take a look. guy stealing the cop tar while handcuff. see darren douglas porter sneak into the driver's seat after rolling down the rear window which isn't
. everything. >> reporter: the reports are prepared by refugees like ahmed, a former baker turned journalist. >> this one is 18 people was dead yesterday in aleppo and countryside. those are the names of the people who died in that neighborhood. >> reporter: "aleppo today" broadcasts from an undisclosed location in a country neighboring syria. why do you have to work outside of syria? >> for our safety. >> reporter: you have to be sneaky to put this out. >> you have to be sneaky, undercover. >> reporter: they send the signal to two other countries before hitting syria. how do you get the information every day? >> we have about 40 reporters inside the city and 30 outside. and they gather the information. >> reporter: information, for example, about the location of deadly snipers. >> so we warn people that in this building there's a sniper. in this neighborhood, there's a sniper. don't go this way. >> reporter: the journalists here insist "aleppo today" is apolitical and funded only by concerned syrian businessmen who also plan to launch an fm radio station. >> after two weeks, i can, we will
to detain ahmed or yusef or ibrahim, but many innocents are named those names. many americans are named sawl or david or isaac. is our memory so short that we don't understand the danger of allowing detention without trial? is our memory so short that we don't understand the havoc that bias and bigotry can do when unrestrained by law? your trial by jury is your last defense against tyranny, your last defense against oppression. we have locked up arabs, we have locked up jews, we have locked up the japanese. do you not want to retain your right to trial by jury? do you want to allow the whims of government to come forward and lock up who they please without being tried? in our not too distant past, americans named ozaki or ichiro or aruki were indefinitely detained by the tens of thousands, without trial, without accusation. will america only begin to regret our loss of trial by jury when the people have names like smith and jones? but mark your word, this is about people named smith and jones or people named david or sawl or isaac or ahmed or ibrahim. this is about all americans and whether
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